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MMMK M" on Kvrry l'nr.
y JOHlf H. OBKRLY, Editor.
in nriuiiox.
The nntloiitl boanl oftnult'l now In
tfjiloii In Philadelphia.
UUBD BYE
fcx-Arcliltect Mullctt lias liakt'ii tl
dust of America oft his foot nul m-I lil
fac toward Europe. He will nt return,
it is wild, until after tlie adjournment of
the coming Dtftnocralloeonctv.
ri.e.Ei.
The ycliool ol Natural Hitr at I W
lkese, found! by the vw-tn-Uw of
AgaMlz and which, s.lmv tlie tlvAth oi the
great naturalist, l lud a prtvarton e
itcuce under the conduct of liU -(. vfil
hortlr be closed fr want if tnu-H t
Lrep It iruinsr.
A TKWPKK 'K XOrK
The VliiiMfl Timt ;iy the Kirly
cold-water engine u teinivniiicv motor,
and that while it m:iy do lor a ttmjH-r-ance
t6vvn like rhlludelphl.i, it will not
do to ri-sk ntiy money on the e.eet:itloti
oflntroducliuj ny Midi eohl-wnter con
trivance into Cliieajro.
AX KXOIIHOl'N ni'.DT.
The State debt ni I .uJM.wMiiiiris
of filly and a half million dollar'', a debt
which If assumed by the white people ot
the State the three hundred tliuusiiid
colored )eoi)le pay little or no taxc
would average one hundred dollar to
every white man, woman and child in it.
Ill'SKKR HIM,.
The celebration of the Hunker Hill Cen
tennial at lloston ye-terday wa-. the most
elaborate that has yet taken Jifnee. Ilos
ton Coiiiinon was enlivened from oueend
to the other with hunting, teiitesuul other
decoration'. The State Ilou-e wa made
gay with Hags and lis room and halls
were filled vltli memcntoe of the Revo
lutionary war. .JI (he public building'!
nnd places ofliMorle Inteavt were ab-o
decorated. The military and Masonic
parades were very nttraetive, and the en
tire celebration was a dl-play of patriot
ism ujkhi which the Ilubhlte? eongratu
late themselves.
TWEED.
Uos Tweed Miowed con-ldcnible emo
tion when the new.-, of his lawyer.," mic
cem lit obtaining Ids relea-e "from the
penitentiary -.vas conveyed to him by hi,
l.rivuu; secretary, lie remarked : "I
thought so. They knew I was Innocent
and stTH they per.ecuted me." The los
Is mistaken In ids u-e of terms. What he
calls persecution is believed hv other
people generally to Iw Justice, lint the
old man Is out, mid though it U probable
he will lie iu again .-oon. a there U an
evident purpose on the part of .lud"e
Davis to have hhn re-am-ied on civil
warrants, the wisdom of puttlnj: him
back into durance vile I, not exactly ap
parent mt :uu, m.01.(l llK.dua(. Uus
possibility of lils uvr w- w- n, ic..Mr
lormer otlen-c or engage In new one
ugalnst the. public. If h. lv.; upon ill
gotten gains, hU eHwun at Hie hot
will not be a happy one. An honored
old age he can not hope to have, and the
memory which a good man leave behind
him does not await him after death.
Justice can wret nothing more from
hlui, and forgetfulucfs js n. .st Jm,
world can give hhn.
Tin:
ifctAHSilXATIOX
or
Mr-
OKIIAN.
" A sjiccliil to the Clilcairo Tribune from
Cincinnati, dated June "lllh, gives the
particulars of the assassination of the
desperado, Tom -Mc(!ehan, and some particular.-,
ot his pan career :
McOehan obtained an ahno
celebrity as a murderer In the
-I national
year 1870
by his trial at Lebanon,
Clement I.. Vallaudlgham
Ohio, with
a li-ailliiL'
counsel lor the defense. It
may be re-
iiiciuwreuuiat.MeCeliaii was tiled fur
the assa-slnatlou o( Tom Myers at Ham
ilton, on Christmas ii.i,t ts.cn .
VnUandlgliam Mlvamvt) the tieory that
Myers shot liiuiM.lt in the abdomen while
attempting to pull his revolver on his as
sailants, mid, In Illustrating thU theory
to hit associate counsel, with a loaded re
volver, discharged its content., into his
own body and died from the ellect, of
the wound. The trial went on after
S'allaudlgham's death, and reHilted n, u
dlsjigtvement of the Jury. Under a
change of venue, Mctichaii 'was taken to
Dayton, the home of Vallaiidlgham, for
trial, and was convicted of murder iu the
tlrst degree, but the Judge granted a
new trial, and the villain was ucmilt
ted. The City of Hamilton aro,u to a
man ana forbade UU return, under the
Ienaltyofa.suniniarydcatli,aiid.Mctlehan
was obliged to skulk about Irom place to
i. uce ior nearly three years but lie Hi,
ally returned to Hamilton, and ttled
oown uiusturle.l to tlie business of a
HullVill.l w.i.i. Ill
........ 4.,, m1 inv-tmr was eau-e
ur mann, mit ,0 nubllely auuouueed his
...iv-m.uu 10 live at iwieewlth all men,
aim mi, ueiaurutlQii. tOLTtlier u lili tl.
lapse of time, liad a soMi,j; ellect upon
miv imuuu iiiuiu, mm MttJehan was al-
lowcn to remain. E vcrylniy i,.ared hi,,,
mm ne uvea in constant tear for Ids fe
ins crime gave mm a dreadful notoriety
for it was popularly believed lhat ho hud
kiiieu several men besides Tom .Myers
ins men ion whs to associate with a gaii",
provoke u quarrel, and, while that was iu
progress, nhoot ids man from an aiubu-h
hlngularly enoiigh till, was thy method
adopted by his murderers. On Monday
night, as far as can be a,certalned
It appears that, about midnight.
couple of men entered McGcImii'h saloon
ouliasln Urect, and called for whisk v.
McGtliaa stepped lehiiid the bar to
mty them, and, while in the act, some
aort ot a dispute arose during the pro
gnu of xidch a idiot was Jlred through
the window 0f the huloon, taking ellect
in Uw ld of Metielian'ii heiul. As soon
u wounitetl, MtOeiiau wized his revol
veraudaUrtoafrom UHInd the bar to
rtacti the door, but itttsgercd against a
table and fell upon the rtoor.half trailing
against Hie wall, wheiv ln evpliiil. A
couple of watchmen, hearing the shot,
ruhed to the scene, but found the g
turned down and the door hul. Again
they returned and found an ontrn
Mcdetian wa found dead, and his ier-n
and the floor vvnl with Wixl. which
In hl drath agwny he li.nl Mttoisl. An
evandnatlonof the premise tvvtvded the
f.ict that a .pring-wacon bad ixvu
tvackil up to the Mley-w Imtw cm
uunding the Iwr. and that the astern
had actitt their iotiin tbnMtrh a liole
iu tlw bmter ami vbot Mm In tils tcsAv
tbrvMich the It -.npjvt trut
the iVath was pUniuvl just in tV m
Her rotated, fir tin turning M Jw
as an,! Nrion of Uk m1o.i ! the
drlnVw immoltatrly alVr the lKVting
vImws that they vwv prty to tlh- crime.
It xes tth flfiy Jlut the l orot.cr
ftMiml ajfysf st cltltes to hoM an in
Hiet. ml Mhich ttmr wilneMs haVT
bee ewhxl. not a jvsrtiele of ie-tl-ka
rtkitiO to throw anj
Hcbt upon tlie motive and my-tery of
tin- ihvl. Tlie dotith of .MiHtch.in under
any cltvumstaucis l regarded not only
iu Hamilton, but throughout Southern
Ohio, n a public iKMiefaetlou. and It U
not at all prolutlde that any very remark
able exertions will Ik- made to ferret out
Id-executioners for the ole object ot
vindicating the niajoty of tlie law.
I'lll llil .ll. MITE.M.
'1'lie Tollow lug about current polities
we lake from the I.oulfVllle Dally
l.ttlger: The npproaeh of the lieatedterm
docs not seem to frlgh'en the jioliticiaiis.
ijuite a numlier of political conventions
have already been held this mouth, ami
some half doeu more are to come oil' be
fore Its clo-e. ( ur own State, iu which
conventions have been held and tickets
put iu the lleld by both parties, will ohmi
the .-iinniKT campaign with her election
on Augun Tlie next election in order
will be that of California, on Septemlicr
1. Ile-ldc. State olllcers, California elects
four members to the next Congro.s.
The California liadicals have already
held their Convention, and made their
noin'nallons. The Independents, who
unni power in the State, hold their Con
vention at Sacramento on the 22d of (Ids
month ; and thu Democrats meet at San
Frau.'isco ono week later. Next alter
that of California comes the Maine elec
tion en September ill. The .Maine Ito
publieaus met in Convention at Portland,
tills morning, and the Democratic con
vention will meet at Augusta on next
Tues lay, the'JJd. Ohio and Iowa are the
next .States iu which election- will be
held, 'joth tho.-e Stales electing a Gov
ernor .nut other .State olllcerson October
12. The UadlcaN of Ohio have already
held tlieir convention; that of the I emo
crats w ill meet at Columbus' on Thurs
day, June 17. The Democrat and Lib
erals of Iowa will meet In convention at
Des Molne- on June 21, and tlie Ilepub
licanson June :!0. A special election iu
Oregon, for iiiemberof Congress, Iu place
of l.al)ow, Democrat, who died lnce hi
election, will lie next In order of time. It
will be held October 2:.. Then comes
i tlie. long IWt ot Slates which hold
' uieir elections, m November, of these,
Mi.-slstlppi is the only one which elects
oilier Hun Stales olllcer.,. She elects al.-o
fx members ot the next Congre.s, which
will complete the Congressional election-.
The .November elections this year
occur on the 2d day of the month. The
Democrats of Mls-Ulppl will hold a eon
vention August S. Of the othe States
whose elections are held in November
lVniisylvanla, Maryland and Wl-consiu
an; the only one-, we believe, in which
any action has yet been taken
to call conventions. The liadicals of
reiin-ylvania have already held theirs,
and the Democrats will meet at Krle,
Septembers. The Wisconsin llepubll
cau convention is called for July 7, at
.MadUon,aud the Democratic tor Scpteni-
nvr , at .Milwaukee. In Maryland no
Hepiibllcau convention has yet been call
ed, and the State, like Kentucky, N so de
cidedly Democratic that it is pos-ible the
Radicals will not attempt to coute.t it.
Tlie Democratic convention will meet hi
Baltimore on Wedue-dav, July 21. for
a
not Season, n It. t -ceii irom ttie
foregoing, the
politicians have a pretty
good stroke of work laid out before tlieni.
BEACH EXCORIATES BEECHER.
THE HEASON WHY MRS. TILTON WAS
NOT PLACED ON THE WITNE8S
STAND.
The
'usi-i lie ltrieiicl fur till' Ail.
,, iiiUhIiiii or e f. ItleiKf.
.'i:V Villi!;. JllllC 1(1 Al leu mlnul...
pat eleven to-dav. 1 leach continued hi'
argument lor the pro-ceution In the suit
ot '1 heo. Tlltou r. Itev. Henry Ward
ueeener. laKtngup .Mrs. Tlltou'. re
traction letter, he said the word "liictil-
iMiuig, iiM-u iu uie letter was not a wo
iniin's word, and did not belong to thu
iiiiiu-uifiui'Y ui i ni lllllt.eillilll. llt'eelU'r
iiei the same word In his letter of contri
tion, and certain peions could be ill,
tlnguWicd liy their slylo of rhetoric.
needier lentiiies that .Mrs Tlltou wrotu
the letter, but it was written at his direc
tion. As she sayo, lleeeher wrote the let
ter and she copied it. When lleeeher re-
turned to Mr. Moultou's that night, lie
told no one he had received the retrac
tion, ami ii innocent how gladly ami
cheerfully he would have gone Into the
presence ot I lllon mid told dm of It.
Moultoii was told by lleeeher that Tlltou
u;i i reait til iiiiii lliu coiifes-iou of Mr
imon, i iiarguig mm (.lleeeher) with liav
MAL'AI. INTHItCOUIISi:
will; her. Mr.. Tilt,),, wrote a letter
lo
...I , ,. ' . . ..Vrln" t,,!,t '"'i'cd h
,,, iivvcr ir' mined hy a
good woillHii as she hud been misled 6y a
l'oiuI Minn. 'riiUtvn4 ...i.i .....ii . y
ViT. ,.i... . . . i. ' "" man
eee ucr w noni t ue urors uvr.. .-...i ...
believe to be all lhat was noble and
good.
Mr. Ilcach then reviewed the so-called
i-atncriiK! aunt letter in which .Mrs
iiiion says to her luisljainl :
"incus God with ine for Catherine
Gaunt, and now I am prepared to re
new; the marriage vow ami Keep It as the
Savior desired, in the heart."
Counsel followed this by reading .Mrs.
'l llton'ii statement lo Kev. Dr. Stons
that lleeeher, her friend and panor, had
made Improper propo-als to her and so
liclted her to become a wile to him with
a that name Implied. After analyzing
other familiar points. In tlie case, (tench
Mid: r.vctv ctlort at Investigation Into
the matter .wa iipptvscd hv lleei her
with thecnat power widen he- excr
ell in that conunniutv He never
prvstNnitil tmpilrv into It, but lntupcl
it under td fivt, ' Theto mud have been
some coitvlounv of guilt which eaued
blm to be silent and t.itor to .title hives
ttgatKwi. Till., man wato U judgint ae
oordlmr to our knowledge ot the man
and ofhls ektra. ter. and when wo found
him lnUnfit d.Vist ivsth, we
him Hit iilinarv
nu-
ii wbW-ti .howl the tme vrluilual
i.. i:k)srt was on the tand the
otJn siV ivtiMl to tsk him whether In
ls;vhaid Ihm lionr
me csNi r-s.ios
ot hi. sUt r with n'iranl to her adultery
wKh IV-iier. ami wcn all nice eon
sKWratUvis t overlooked, and wen1
Urc U'UVArV. of the other -hie to orr-
como the-s, views oi tueca.e, ami was
this nun in his holy relies this poten-
t.-tte of Um nulnlt to overturn all tlie
rules tiv which evidence wa lo Im guided
bv the law.
IkcIi then n'fernil lo the otter ol tlie
pnistviittou to admit Mrs. Tlltou a a
witness, and argue! that the w lie's dN-
ililllte to amie.ir was an ncanacltv whieli
ittulif Ih- waived hv both parties consent-
Iiil'. anil II .xitli M'li.s nail agnseii lo me
adnils.lim ol either Mrs. Tllum or Mi.
ltttvhcr as wltnces. theiv was no
power vvlileli isiuld exclude their tell-iui-iiiv.
Whv was not .Mrs. Tlltou called?
The Jury inn-l consider that she was a
pure, w" Ite mid spotless woman In tlie
eves of lleeeher and Tlltou. The jury
would see that Mrs. Tiitou
Iis-UKU NO I
take the .land, and with the name ofher
Maker on her lips, deny the accusation
which she had so olleu repeated. Mr.
lleeeher bad. over and over iiiraln. denied
llii, t'-lft fit' Ilia tiiilirfilmr enillieetlim with
Mrs. Tlltou. but eouiK-el did not depend
alone on oral te-tiiiiouy; lie nail written
conftfs.lons and papers .sustaining and
iitilioldlii'r the oral nroofs which must be
taken not alone or collectively, lint also
separately, and tlio-u must be taken iu
connection with (lie character of lleeeher.
Moultoii, Tiitou and Mrs. Moultoii bear
teniinonv to Jleecher's confe-slons of
guilt to lliem, and Moultoii and Wood-
run te-lltv that adultery was the charge
talked about with Gen. Tracy, and If
thl were so, lleeeher was a foresworn
man.
Here rece-s was taken.
After H!."..
Mr. Ueach continued his argument ami
look up the subject of the letter ot con
trition, or the letter of apology, either
name, lie said, was appropriate ' for the
document. The rniestloii was whether
Mr. lleeeher Ideas at the time were reiire-
sented fairly by tlie paper. It was main
tained by some that tills document was not
good Kugll-h and could not have been
dictated by a master of the language like
.Mr. neeciicr.
iiKKCiiim .ii.i. ovi:it.
'ersons dill'ered on this nolnt. One of
the most cultivated editors In tlie city of
New York, when this letter was read to
111 in for the llit time, exclaimed, "That ',
is lleeeher all over. Shakesneare inlirht
as well deny tlie author-hip ot Hamlet's
Soliloquy, as lleeeher deny the author-
snip oi tnat letter, lie uu not Know
that he could retute the charge that the
letter was tingraininatieal any better than
by reading it. Ilcach then quoted from
one of lleeeher'. lecture-room talk- some
remarks to thu ellect that extravagance
of language wa. natural and justiilable
at a great crMs of feeling, and at
these moments men did not
stand upon grammar ami niceties ol ex
nre.slon. It was not rich though, Mr.
lleeeher said, to adapt to common cir
cumstances the language of those par
oxysmal moments. Here was that word
paroxy-inal again. Mr. Ilcach then quo
ted the pussyiro in the letter of apology,
referring to "that poor child Ijlng tliete
, Willi touted hands." and pointed out the
I ..nI..niiia r.vn.oii nil- uc-criptloll
ami a passage referring to Mrs. Tlltou In
Mr. lleeeher' s Mutciue.it. He al-o (loo
ted from tin statement lieeelier'. ilc-
i ilpilon (il (lie manlier iu wiiieh he pour
ed forth Ids soul lo Moultoii like water,
and cited then a pa-.agc in a letter from
lleeeher to Moultoii, l.s7:l, .peaking of his
letter to Tlltou through hlui, Moultoii.
lleeeher, the Jury would see, did not de
ny tlie author-hip or this letter of contri
tion iu 1ST.'). Mr. Kvurts ridiculed the
Idea of coiile-.sion. Mr. ilcach said, ami
declared that criminal, did no eoiife.s.
Coim.el here quoted a celebrated pa.
age on the power of conscience iu .Mr.
Vt eb.ter's siieech at the White murder
trial, hi which he declared that there
was no resource for the guilty but
conit.isio.v on seicini:,
and lhat suicide was confession.
Thu letter ol'Feliruary. 1S71, to Moid
ton, and others ol .Mrs. Tlltou irom .Mr.
lleeeher, were read to the Jury, and coun
sel ..'lid : Whv did Mr. lleeeher ti.'ir In.
vestiiralion. if he was so con-cloiis of tils
Innocence? What made lleeeher write
lhat Moultoii was the best friend that
was ever given lo a man In an emergency
like this? Was not this almost a virtual
conlcsslon on the part of lleeeher? What
mane nun write mat .moiiiioii was the
liest mend God ever gave a man, if lie
was not M-rvhig hlui in some way ? Who
wss it that wa. "holding the storm hi his
hand, ami preventing it from bursting on
their heads" but Francis D. Moultoii?
Why did lieeelier say that the letter to
Mrs. Tlltou choiild be returned lo him
and not be permitted to miscarry, If them
was no secret iu It ? Counsel then called
attention to lleeeher's letter ot Kebruaiy,
lf72, In which lie stated lie wa. willing
to
SI ill1 ixi wx A.s'it orr
if that would serve their purno.es. Mr.
lleeeher, said coun.el, was willing to de
scend from ids lil'di nositlon Oil aceoini!
ol the dirkncss which surrounded hhn:
that man ollerlug to abandon Ids great
mission ; odering himself n saciiliee that
mum inignt lie saved. Counsel could
not make tills more ellilihntle nr iiiuii'.il.
Ingtotlieseii.lbllltlesofthu jury than
the language hi which lids "letter was
clothed. What was there iu it which
led this great preacher lo oiler himself
as a Mieiillcc to repair thu In
juries ho bad done to a woman who had
cast nerselt Involuntarily upon id. love.
hat was there that can.ed .Mr. u .tn...
to say that ho was living on the ragged
edge of reinofMi and despair. There
must nave iiceu some reason that forced
this htnuige, yet meaning exprc.lon,
troin Ids lips, mid yet the other side tell
us mill 11 was used hy Mr. lleeeher nl
rauuoui am was utterly without sense or
meaning. Vt cbster tells us that remor.-e
is in: Keen piercing anguish cau.eil bv
tliecoiisclou.ness ol guilt, llenrv Wind
neeeiier, sain mo i-pcaKer, wa.
'i:iii:m' 'in ins (ion
but timid and lying towards his fellow.
man, nun mat was not the form of peul
tence which would save a man. lib
language In his letter Is: "I have n.,
pcutcd. I am great, but the bitterness of
dentil i. on me, ami my whole being Is
tortured on the ragged edge ofileath and
denialr." And when this man thus
oroueoui iu iiieagony ot hlsirreat soul
...... ,v. .. .... ..p. in.. u iu iHj ullilL'lll
to It, anil was this man who uttered the
;is iiieri) no signiiicance to he attached
wouis id ins i.od, and the man he had
".'''"deil, was he to ho believed when he
elrirjs V entirely iuuocoit (, till
'our't adjourned.
Tin: t-'Aisn no in: iii;oi'i;.i:n.
II was S 1.1 It'll (hlllli" leci'. lleil II.. I..1.
would not lliilsh hi, fit ir '.; ., 1
day mm., and hi that case .ludgii Ntllson
said ho would not cluirge the Jury until
I,1 "!". 1 ls "ow 'lt'vd certain
,,0""sei win, at mo cone hi
slouol lleach's luldrens. ask lhat the
case be reopened for the aduiMon of
n"o 1,1 ii-'iivvrciicvi(iciice.
THE STRIKE ENDED.
I'lieiiKlllliMiul .Surrcinlei- id I lie 'i.
Hern ol Hie W.v oniliiir Viille.t Eln,
riioii.iiiiil .Meit lo lip 1111 nl Wo I' It
nl Oner.
Wii.kii-iiviiiik ''uue 15. Tlie miners
w ho liuve been working at I'liinc's .shall
wi'ie met by a large gang this morning
and ordered to stay out. A ps( tvas
i-.ised, nndthey opened a way through
the moli, and those who wished entered
the shall. There was great excitement.
Hit: i.uMi miiiki: u.shkii.
Wii.Ksiui'.iii:,Junel."i. Thelodg strike
Is ended. The miners ol the Lehigh ami
U'llkeslwiiu Company madouneondlllou
id .surrender, through there delegates
last night, at a meetings with President
Parrish.
mi:i.i so or i in: mi.m:iih.
A do.eii or more meeting weieheld
ycterdiiv at illlereiit places. At Ashleyi
a delegation (f sevc.ty German miners
went to the neetlng for the puriio.e ol
voting for rcsiinptlon. Their object be
came known to the leaders, anil they
were excludcdfnini the meeting. They
then held a muting ol their own. and
decided to be o.erned no longer by the
As.oelatlou.
At another meeting the Irish and
WeUli ilNugii-d, and the former with
drew. At other on 'ting' Iheie wasal-o a lack
of harmony, ;nd dining the eoursiof the
day there wa a general illav'rceincnt as
to future iiitlou. The urn" of the
miners were u favor of going lo work,
but llie leades fought hard against it.
The sentiui'tit wa too .troug for them
to long eoiitiol, and the party yielded.
r ii : si iiiii:.iii:ii.
In tlie evening a region meeting was
held, mid the delegates then went to Mr.
lirrlhs olliee, when; a long and liar
nioiilous conference took place, which
ended in an agreement to go to work
upon the company's terms. No couces
loiis whatever were made bv the com
pany. The men stated that they had
made a mi-take hi holding out m" long,
or in ntaklug the strike, and were now iu
want ol the necessaries of life, and eager
to nave vvoi'i,- immediately. I hi. com
pany employs about II.IXKI men. and all
oftheir works will he Marled as oou as
possible.
The miner., of individual operators will
follow the men of till, company, ami
there will be a general resumption In the
Wyoming region.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rjIHE llL'I.I.KTt.V Is iitikllchtn every morning
(except Moml ty) In the lliiltctfn llulldln, cur
lier Wti)hiiirluii nU'itucuiidi'ui-inii Blot I
Tin. IIllldiis Is tin ed to l ily aiili,rrlb m liy
fjlthful cirrliMiitTwinly-l-ivu Uiil a WW,
layablu Wi-rkly llyMuil, (In advance), $0)r
aniiiiiii; t months, $(i; llirec liiontlin, Vl one
iiiiinlli, $1 '.')
TlfE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
riiMhliisI rvt-ry TliursiLiy morning t tl
cr annum, intuiUlily in advaiiie. 'I he posture
oil Uih W-Uy will lir lil(-.iUl ul tills ullire, no
that ml.M'rlU r will uhuln tor a siih-crlptiini
llcr of tl a trar.
ADVERTISING 11ATK8.
1 A I I. V.
tiiisloins CaoLi. p.-r jniiIiiii,..
One Mjuaif, oiii' lix-illon,....
line aipiair, two m, illuin,.
On.' bipiarr, one rrl
if CJUil i f, two nk
One bipure, tlin-e
Olio 'liie, unr umlilli
..t v (i
... i w
.. 1 M
.. 'J in
.. a ,io
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.. !i ui
w y. v. k I. v
Our KUre, onr lu-ertlon,..
l.'ach 9iilieiHiit-nt iiisertluii,,,,
..tl (l
.. M
tj-()iif liii.li is .1 "iiarr.
S3" To I'rgiiUrttJmtlsi'U wroffrrtuiirrlorhi
Ullieliiint. liulll us lo lute ol i liaises ami mull
ner of UlsphiyliiK Ih.ir riivorn.
S3".Votluii hi liicul loluinii intertill Tor Kir
lecn CaiiU i.r Hi"' for our hicerlliiii, Twtuty
CViita a llnr for luo hiieilloini, Twrnty-Khu
Cents a llnr for thiee In.eitloin, 'llilrly-Klve
CinU a line I'ur our week, mid "eieiilr-five
OnlS a llnr foruhe iiiuiilli,
Coinmuulcatloim upon mbJccU of sren-
rul lutureut to thu public uolicited.
53" -Ml Irltrrs thoiil'l hvaiUlirsMsl lo
.JOHN II. OHKItl.r,
l'li'ol.lent fulro llulletlii Coinimiiy.
OAI
Coal Coal
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
ST. JOHN'S and
PEYTONA OANNEL
GOAL!
Ordors for Coal by tho oar-load,
promptly aUondod to.
? .mrB oonsumors and all
maniituoturors, wo aro prepared
.,.lPply any quantity, by tho
iiuuwi ur year, ai umiorm rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY,
I!1" "lUw. X 7UOUIoI.evie
Itro 'ft whiirl limit
tluu Mllli. or
Iriil
oui iiiuiin, loot or Tiiirty-Eiiiiit
t3l'o.t OlUcf Druwer. IliiO,
lCKSORTPTIO-N TOFT.
mi iJ'oT.'lU "!!,,0ll '""l "H lIUtttlCM uroiiKli'l
ii'WjsKiia: or A,,y ,,r,,t,
intra nf AaiiiIi...! W...L.....
ii jiirn, ih'. K, Illl.TON CO.,
l-.'l-ilAw-ly. CIiicIuubU, Olilo
ntovi:n.
WM. T. BEERWART,
t'ruler In
STOVES,
TINWARE
HOLLO W-WAHE, tiO.
.Mmiiir.icliiiirol'
Tin, BhooMron and Copper Wnro.
aUTTiJRINQ AND ROOFING,
STEMBOAT AND JOB WORK
I'llOMPTXY ATTKNDt.'D TO.
No. 27 EIOHTII STREET,
Bt. Commarclal and Washlmrtou Avon.
HARDWARE
TINWARE
Refrigerators, Wator Coolors, Ico
Cream Froezers. Window Screen
Wire Cloth, Bird Cngos, Moss Bns
kols, Toilot SetB, Pishing Tackle,
Lumps, Oil, Chimnoys. Also Mo
lino Flows and a general stock of
Garden Implements.
In connection A'llli the uliim- I Li-.p n lli-t-rln-1
Tiii-inllli, iiiul urn iiii iuiiiiI lo do nil kimli
of Job Work onuliorl noiiir.
I Vri iiniimiily on Imnil u Utk- inrli'ly ol'
Cooking Stoves, Tinware, Build
ers' Hardwaro,
Wholesale and Retail.
-olt'HK'nt for the ii'ltlinitt-l
A
r1.-
OAK
O-Cull 1111 1 rviinliic
lit-nop iiinrli-iilio;. . I
will mil l.i- iinili-r-oM
I!) I rortlfi- r-'lli 1011I It.. I'.IIIIO.
C. W. HENDEKSON
ll!i-.- illy
111:11. nvr.fi'i: Aii:.T.
JOHN Q. HARMAN &
CO.
Real Estate
COLLECTORS,
JONVEYANCKUS. NOTAKIKS PUBLIC
Laml Aent of tho IllliiuU Coiitrul H.11J
iiiirluiKtoii uuu uulncy H. il.
CompanluH,
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Luvoo,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
I. (I. I.V M il,
M. J IIOUI kV.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
anp-
House Agonts,
Dolluotors and Conveyancers.
OFl'IC'U-At tho Couit Uouat.
JOHN P. HELY & CO.,
EtBAIj ESTATE
AMI
Houso Agents,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
Land Surveying and Civil En
gineering.
OPFICE-In Wtntor'a Block.Cornor Coin-
lueremi Avenue una tjeventli Htraet,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
I.f
v.tiiir.rv ntoki:.
NTew-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
3Lactxsot
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very CIobo.
Uoinor 10th St. and Commurcial Av
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
1
PROMINENT
THE NEW 10Y
- II IMK &-v-
Groat Durability, with Handsomo Designs, and Giving PER
FECT SATISFACTION Everywhore.
MADE ONLY MY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp y
a, oi t, oio una oi8 n. main htreet, hv. louib, mo.
AND SO 1. 1) KXCI.USI VULY BY
C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
lKIUIIIMTN.
BARCLAY BROS,
Wholonalo
DRU G
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS Oi'
PATENT MEDICINES,
DRUGGISTS' FANCY GOODS,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL,
RRUSIIES, SOAPS,
TUBE COLORS,
CHEMICALS,
VARNISHES,
WK mllill riirri'-iii'!rnri' ami oiiI.m ft .111 liinx-'l'l I'liy-lriaii an. I l.rnrml Mon In wjii
of i;oikI In our llnr Mimliilioiit, I'litnlaf no .n.-l I ..Jiniy .Vi.riiir Um rurnlalinl or.
llllnl vi llli reliable Drug nl ri-us.iiml.il' run-.
WHOLESALE Si RETAIL.
CAIRO
74 OMo Lovou.
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I
1
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kl UOlJs r.t4lOAG.
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
Importer and Wholesalo Dealer in
FOniDIGrlvT JNT DOMESTIC
Wines and Liquors,
02 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps a full stock of
X3Loxxtxi.olS.3r BoiU'bou,
Monongahela, Rye and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN.
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
OfliMVtl for Sal' ul
Great Roduoticn in Frio,
Domestics, Sheetings,
Prints, ached Muslins,
Ginghams, Cretones,
Table Linons, Percales,
LARGE STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Lawns,
Japanese Silks,
Alpaoas,
UW Blix'UnfWhltoOoocU, Vlotoila Luwiih, 8wU Marallii. uml uIjuk,
RlbbonM. ThlHenllliKlocl; will I Mil ill niiiml I'UM, un.I eonlliliin iinlll II U clnvil
iilb-i'oiivliic.itol liical Uaiirttliisl 'I'UUMS STHIOII.V CASH.
Oorntr lighth St.
(v-e-ir
ADVANTAGES '
ltE8KUY0.lt "STANDAUir
A BE ECONOMY IN PRICE,
:-'.sui,Eitioit writucTioN,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
.V7-'Jiu
and Kstall
GISTS
-.Ml-
TOILET ARTICLES.
COLLrER WniTE LEAD,
WINDOW GLASS,
COLORS, OILS.
DYE STUFFS.
PERFUMERY,
ETC., ETC.
IlKTAIL & PRESCRlPTIO
V.'HjlilriKtoa Av., Oar. 8th St.
Suitings,
Silk Poplins,
Grenadines.
e .Slock of
mil. Cull
find Oomnxroifil Av

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